Algeria’s ambassador resumes duties in France


The Algerian ambassador to France resumed duties after several weeks of consultations with his government over a wanted activist. The Algerian Embassy in Paris said in a statement on Thursday that Said Moussi returned to his post in Paris and met with French Ministry of Foreign Affairs Secretary-General Anne-Marie Descotes. ‘The meeting was an opportunity to take stock of the next bilateral deadlines within the framework of the political agenda agreed between the high authorities of the two countries,’ the statement added. The Algerian government recalled its ambassador to France in early February after Amira Bouraoui, a journalist and activist, wanted by Algerian authorities boarded a flight to France from Tunisia.

Source: Anadolu Agency – English